There is no macro code because UI Vision would not create a new macro. That is the problem. I apologize because now I see the video is too low of a resolution to see a lot of things. Understand that I am very much a beginner at making these videos.
I will point out where to look in the video by time in minutes and seconds. 0:00 is the beginning and 3:17 is the end of the video.
At 0:32 you see me changing from Local Storage to File System.
At 0:48 through 0:59 you see me attempt to create a macro. You see nothing happen. That is the problem.
Then I go on to demonstrate that Firefox crashed. First, I switch back from File System to Local Storage at 1:30.
The first symptom of Firefox beginning to crash is that I can no longer switch from Local Storage to File System, demonstrated at 1:41.
At 1:50, I close UI Vision and Firefox. At 2:01, I try to start Firefox again. At 2:08, you see what I’m calling the Firefox crash message. It says, “Firefox is already running, but is not responding. The old Firefox process must be closed to open a new window.” Options are “Close Firefox” and “Cancel”. I choose the “Close Firefox” option.
At around 2:25, I try to start Firefox again. At 2:30, I select to not make Firefox my default browser. Firefox’s response is to open two windows. I presume one was for the UI Vision controlling window and the other was for the controlled window that were open when Firefox crashed.
At 2:50, I demonstrate that after closing and restarting Firefox, I am again able to switch to File System.
At 2:54, I select Local Storage. Then I demonstrate that UI Vision does make a new macro in Local Storage mode without crashing Firefox.
You see at 3:13 that the new, empty macro was created.
I don’t know whether the video together with this post is enough. If you need to see more, then maybe I can see whether I can find how to increase the resolution so you can see more in the video.
Maybe I am not using the term “crash” correctly since I have not shown anything freezing. But you can see that there is some kind of a problem when I try to create a UI Vision macro when UI Vision is in File System mode.
And I can reproduce this on my computer consistently. It is not random.